Key West

Repairing Florida’s Last Working Tall Ship

The year 1939 saw the opening of the New York World's Fair, the release of Gone With the Wind and the beginning of World War II. 1939 was also the year this beauty was launched. It's the schooner Western Union, the last surviving authentic working ...

5 Things You Should See & Do During Papa Fest

The top 5 things you should see and do during Ernest Hemingway Days July 19-24, 2016 in Key West. Visit the Hemingway Home and Museum Yes, there will be tons of people wanting to see the place Hemingway called home for more than a decade. But the t...

12 Favorite Things in Key West

We asked listeners to name the one thing they love most about Key West and, no surprise, most of them couldn't pick just one. There's something about America's Southernmost City that sucks you in and makes you want to never leave. Maybe it is the tu...

Artifical Reef Converted Into Underwater Art Gallery

Know how to scuba dive? Like art? If you answered yes to both of those questions, there's something you've got to check out in Key West. Actually, underwater off Key West would be more accurate. Austrian modern artist and photographer Andreas F...

Are These Florida’s Biggest Chocolate Chip Cookies?

They beckon you from across Duval Street. You first get a whif of the fresh-baked scents coming from the shop. Then you look over and see them displayed in the window. They're the largest chocolate chip cookies you've ever laid eyes on and, lucky for...

Rum & Good Times Flow At This Key West Inn

Duval Street in Key West is a busy place. It’s where the action is and where everyone wants to be. But when it comes to spending the night in Key West, Duval Street isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. Drunken late-night crowds can get pretty rowdy. Very row...

Best Places to Grab a Drink in Key West

The Southernmost City is known for its watering holes. Over the years, some have taken on legendary status because of their famous clientele. (Ernest Hemingway seems to have been a patron pretty much everywhere in Key West.) Others have entered into ...

How a Bench Got its Own Facebook Page

It seems everyone, and every "thing," has a Facebook page these days. Case in point - the world famous Courthouse Deli Bench in Key West. The plain teal-colored bench at the corner of Whitehead and Southard Streets has been on the social networking s...

What You Should Do in Islamorada

Aptly named by early Spanish explorers, Islamorada is frequently translated to mean “purple isles.” The tropical village of islands has become world-famous for its quality sportfishing, nature excursions and spectacular sunsets. While it may not rece...